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What is the specific heat of benzene?
Last Updated: 24th January, 2020
|Benzene Gas -C6H6|
|Temperature - T - (K)||Specific Heat - cp - (kJ/(kg K))|
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Simply so, what is the heat of formation of benzene?
The standard enthalpy of formationofbenzene,C6H6, is+49.2KJ/mole.
Also, at what temperature is benzene a liquid and a gas? Benzene boiling point at atmospheric pressureis80 °C (176°F), and hence, benzene mustbepressurized to remain liquid at highertemperaturesthan that.
Keeping this in consideration, how do I calculate specific heat?
Enter the necessary data and then click on the activetextabove for the quantity you wish to calculate.
- For a mass m = gm = kg.
- with specific heat c = cal/gm°C = joule/gm°C,
- initial temperature Ti = °C = K = °F.
- and final temperature Tf = °C = K = °F,
- Q = calories = kcal = x 10^ calories.
- Q = joules = x 10^ joules.
Is benzene solid or liquid?
Benzene is the name of an aromatichydrocarbon,C6H6. In liquid form,benzeneis clear, colorless and flammable. At roomtemperature, liquidbenzene evaporates easily into the air,and can dissolve inwater. In the environment, benzene may bepresent in air,water, and soil.